This video series explores how the humanities are not fading but evolving. Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are the engine of the future, but the humanities are the oil.
In early June, the third local event of the international nonprofit Nerd Nite was held in Palo Alto. The event is an example of lifelong learning, according to one of its founders.
One of the main challenges the Silicon Valley Roller Girls face in 2014 isn’t in the rink — it’s the rink itself. San Jose Skate, the place where they currently practice, will close permanently on June 1.
Every third Friday, hundreds — and sometimes thousands — of participants gather to partake in a cycling tour of San Jose that hopes to shed a new light on the suburban landscape of Silicon Valley’s largest city.
Steve Coast is the founder of OpenStreetMap, a service that lets anyone map anything in the world for free. He now works as the head of OSM at location-based technology company Telenav, Inc. in Sunnyvale.
In Silicon Valley — a global hub for technology — many want to move here to fulfill their dreams. However, tightened U.S. regulations are not making it easy to get a visa.
The inaugural Silicon Valley Contemporary and Modern Fine Art Fair showcased the merging of art, science and technology through a focus on video art and digital installations from around the world.
As recruiters vie for top talent, they are engaged in trench warfare to find the “best fit.” It demands a new generation of recruiters who focus on and excel at speed, relationship building and even artistry.
Silicon Valley and Hong Kong share similarities as business centers. The chairman of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation talked about business in the regions during a Bay Area trip.